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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DKCEMRKIl THE IUH.Y I'AGK N Give Our Jewelry .and things THING TO GIVE FOrt CHRISTMAS. i IT HAS MORE L-G-V-B IN IT. TJS "HENTDIENT" THAT MAKES L1FK SWEET. GIVE CHRIST-MAS PRESENTS TO THOSE YOU OHKI11SII. THEIR AP- PJlECIATIOtf WIM, BE THE DKAHEST THING IN LIFE TO YOU. AND THEY WILL ENJOY AND ESTEEM TI1EIII PRESENTS WHEN THEY COMB FHOM'OUK STOIIE; OUR NAME ASSURES THE QUALITY. WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT. Armstrong Raworth Phew 1727 324 FhfUi Street.. South .Assortment of Xmas Confectionery !-f CONSISTING! OF PAGE SHAW'S, MOW'S, PATTERSON'S in fancy fift packages very complete, WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR PAGE I SHAW IN LETHBRIDGE JACKSON CO. SHERLOCK LET.HBRIDQE, ALTA. and "1C ECREAM FOR CHRISTMAS" "Mother can we have Ice Cream for I like Carlyle's Ice Cream, .it is so smooth Per. Qt. Bricks Delivered Vanilla 75c Strawberry .X .1....... 75c ChocolalE Me Cirame] i............ 90c Coffee 90o Peach 90s Pineapple 90c Orang'a 90c 90c Qlnger 99e Tlrttl Maple 90s 90c Dattt....... Mo Cherry 90e Comblnatlorii ot almost any Mod desired can be made bj Ing Ivb or more layers of aay o{ these rarlettei In one brick. Plmce your order now so .Ibat able to your brick frozen hard before being sent ont. All special orders nhmild he In by December 22nd. Positively no orders, accepted on Cbrlslmai Day. We are e special rednctwn ke Cream to 7Sc wffl be. 40c 90c ordm wffl be CRYSTAL 1ST? '1'Jj Delays Are Dangerous Just two more days to do your Xmas shopping. Are you If us lor Applet, Jap Lenwui, (Men, Lettuce, NirU, .....at Prices. DONALDSON'S i; PHONC .f 1M NINTH 40UTH PHONE 1224 Mr. and Mrs. II. Henderson woo daughter May, of Foremost, are Chrlslmas at the tome ot Mrs. B. A. ScoLt. Mrs. Jimmy lEassord aiiil daughter from Medicine Hat wore tut week-ond of AIra, Kith, Nprtli LrtJec. Mrs. J. Mitchell, and Mlsi riddle Mitchell of Bow island ha.vo taken i EUlle hi the Victoria Alansloiis. ;for tlie winter jnonlha. P. 8. M.P.I1.. Wtr'iier, TUB In Ljie city last night on hla way to llocUcater. Minn., where lie will uiiiiorifo an oneriMlop. T3ie beginner's dejiarlment of Kridk rrcabylerlan cliurch vlll hold Ita Annual closing exercises from 3 to 4.30 oa Saturday Afternoon. Mra. F. Foslcr anJ Jackie lett Crystal Lake, Ldhbrldge, to spend a month in Hcglna with her slslcr Mrs. H. Dry. The Noil of Kin Xmas treo onter- Ulnmem ivill bo licld at sbc o'clock tonight Instead of eight o'clock as previously announced, The" people. In Uie ell? who are ac-) qualiilod with any family In need should notify the Nursing Mission In order that Ihey may be provided for on ChrJetraaji-, Sam D. county attorney, Salt Lake City, returDed touLh this rooming after spent a tew dajre in the city on legal bmlneaa with his old friend, H. OsUand. Mrs. Doble, accompanied by her sliter and niece, Mrs. McClure and MTB. etcwart. of-- LElhsiridge, will leave ehorlly alter the Lulldays for California (o'Hpehd the iary Kera-ld.) Tie Knntns Mission irisbft (o (hank each class of the Wesley Run day School (or their contrlbuUon of decorated boiefl filled with toys, (rulL. etc. Also Miss Gwendoline Hed- ley who contributed ?2.0Q. The Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. D. B., wish to remind ihe public to keep the uala for M.53 Attree's popu- lar entertainment to Etren In the Majestic theatre on January nth and 12th. It It expected that last year'.i enormous attendance, will be repealed; Jfrp. R. W. Held, of Barons, who have spending a ICJF.' daye In the city .left this morning for Kalowna, B. C.( where they will ipend Christmtu Trilh Mr Reld'a mother, to. Cali- fornia to" spend the Bclwccn fifty and sixty kiddies were entertained by Sllss At tree yesterday etternoon on the occasion of their annual Xmas parly. Games amd :flanc- Inj were enjoyed unlll 6.30 when a dainty supper was sen-eel. In Ihe even -Inn the Hlgli School class Lcld their annual Informal Xmas dnnce. This was attended aod enjoyed by all who were present. The Bnptlsl church Sunday Schoo' will hold their annual ChrlstmuaVen tcrtalnment In the church on FrUlaj night. A, splendid program Is behii prepared. There 17U1 be dialogues anc rccUallona, -Inbleaua and lantern ef feels and the costumes will be very pretty. A collection will be taken, nl of which will go to Halifax relief. SCHOOL CLOSING ,A very "successful closing In the Auditorium of Galbraltb' yesterday when the teachers find'pup MH were "At Hume" to the parents aru (rlendi of tho children, rilr. Wallace j of tho "public Bchool board, preside; Land In n few happy words compliment cd holh teechera and pupils on the excellent concert rendered. OBG of the pleasing features of the afternoon wa i the prcacQlatlon of the J.'O. D. K Tinltttng cards by Mrs. Dr. Taylor former principal of Gnlhratth school ScYenly-flTe pairs of aocfcs, hnvlnL been knit and fifty .dollars collected In the boxes daring Ihe fall term After tio Elnghij; of thc'NUTnnll An them puplli repalrpd' to '-jthel coveral.'class roonis, Then a .'Sand; was sss Sfcb, We. have 'reserved this space specially to announce our ing Chickens i CENTS POUND And at this price yom-are paying ior the actual meat' for the; chickens are not weighed first and drawn alter. They'are ready dressed and youjpiy 3Qc ib. for the edible chicken only and not for. the drawings. We absolutely guarantee the quality; ri Just Receiveci 50 Doz. Xmas Stockings Retailing In I.ellbridgc al 18Hc and 25c. To go on sale Saturday Alorolnu, at each lOcandSc Only a, limited supply, so call or 'phone your order at once A Complete Range or Ferns, Flowering Plants and Cut Flowers. sale Saturday and Mon- day at Tory reasonable prices. Bay (Smtpsm Store Open Until 9 P. M. Hffi The ,Elr Alexander r.rJt Chapter o tho 1, 0; D. B. are in receipt pairs 'at tacts from Fleelfrood achoi dlirlnv; tho term September to ber, IncluslTc: v .'Mf.'SfandpVi claas Xlns'11, Besile Smith 6. Phyllis liitc 4, Annie McVean 5, Edna Scott 2 Mar; Archibald 3, Grace JohnHon Kva.Hntf 1, Martuerlle TarapklM.2 Constance Matherfl Hhena McCJuce 7, Bertie Hennard lr Doris Morrjso'rlC Urania Rlton 3, Gunvar Han-ion Alice Dcaton 1, Kathleen Brodle'a CIM9, 100 Frank Aleisnder 1, Grace Bartlett Gladys Dartlett ft, Josle Beaton 3, Irene Brooks 4, Kalhleon Cnll 2, Jessie Forbes 2, Laura Frache Norman 1, .Hldner Jeoks 2, KatK. jinn Jenks 2, Slinlej Joyce 1, Oeorse Johnston 3, Uorla Klpp 1, Elhel Knlh 14, Jennie Llnjohrri 2, Hiifh Mabnn H, Viola Miller 3, Bertha Miller t, Lome Nlckolaon 2, Kathlrne Porter 1, Paul Rsnncr Re-nner a, .Princess. Rhodes I, Manaret Ronanlck 1, Luel- la Scarle 1, Mary Shlr'er I, Kathleen ffymondx 1, Helen Schumacher B, Dorla Trcllrlng 6, Eric Trellrlnf 4, EdlltrMc-, Oowan 3, Marjorle Tongue 2, Xonnan ['aterson 1, Mrs, Trellrlpj 4, ,A helper 2. V i Waterman's clait, Cassle' Mnrstall It Lillian.Sliarland 1, John Xorene Arnold 1, Beaton 1, Norma Rnnell 1, EtU McVean I, Nor- maji Brook) 2, 1, 3, THiw'T, Camrbcll McVetn 1, HartMt 1, Oertreile Oil: James Cofrcy Ir.jcan 4, I'rank Waiklna 1, 'Annie MOWCT 2, Arthur Foreman 1, Rossvrlll Tidbr 1, Joe Johnston MacKay 1, Alfrcda Graves 1, Kathleen-.Mug- glnl 1. Mlsa.ffrtli'a cuu., M. rain Wtlkr 3, XcArUw 1, Jack One of .Ihe .principals In the recent Barons shooting affray appeared In DIah-lct Court before His Honor JH Jackson .on Friday morning, when Frmncls Kranck np for trial charge of asnuUlnft Mike doing, serious bodily harm. wlto. In the man who manipulated the i gun' on thnt oCcMlbn, appeared as a I wllatu, and asked the protection of! Ih9 court. Francis WAS found and was remanded (or sentence till j 11 o'clock on January 7th. Beers will; appear at flfalzes. ol .the 9apremc Court an a cnarge of at- AloatD F. Scott.also Appeared ami was'dl.imTssed on n chafce of sleal.lng a heWer, tlie DropertVof u'Harris and L-. L. Slrlngham. word Ihls morn- Inn.ttial L, Horn, who was re- ported wounded .-and rolsalng a couple of Veeka' ago 'Is now a prisoner, of war In-Germany, and unn'oundcd. I'le. Horn was taken prisoner In tho big cavalry chargel which marked the Brllleh advance al Cambral. Berne, Dec. and Franco have arrange- mcnts for the exchange1, of. 'a-larg'e number of medical nnd ambulance men fruni prison camps. A thousand Germans and 500 French nurses and members of nmbulanco corps will be exchanged by way of Switzerland Ifl tho noil few dfcys. fc. J Oriental Silks WE HAVE X SPLENDID LINE OF ORIENTAL SILKS WHICH WILL MAKE A BEAUTIFUL AS WELL AS INEXPENSIVE XMA9 PRESENT FOR YOUR FRIEND. f' Sate a aice line LAURIf (NTMV Imperial Limited, 14 ptace K' on reiSardi .'an Ui tiilot ot ttr. tto OfciMIt u EXCHANGE. OF PRISONERS ELEVEN MINERS KILLtV I KnoiTllle. Tenn., Dec. Elim miners were killed In an explosion at mine N'Q- 3 of the Bar Fottr CoKe Company, at Catocsa, ..tear Nemo, -Tenn., late Wednesday after- noon, according to word -'''r hero today. mine at the I ;